Excerpt: Playing chicken. Going eyeball to eyeball to see who blinks first. At the poker table, saying "I'll see your $100 and raise you $200." In an old game show, taking one more spin of the wheel in "Press Your Luck." In a new game show, turning down guaranteed cash for a chance to win more in "Deal Or No Deal.
Excerpt: HP's Color LaserJet 1600 is based on the 2600n, which we first reviewed in What's New, Shopper August 2005. Both printers are single-pass colour lasers with a maximum print speed of eight pages per minute (ppm) in mono or colour, but the 1600 doesn't have the 2600n's network port. Otherwise, the printers look identical and both take the same consumables. The Color LaserJet 1600 is one of the most affordable colour laser printers.